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Analysis of Carbon Capture and Sequestration Pore Space Legislation: A Review of Existing and Possible Regimes

Elizabeth Lokey Aldrich and Cassandra Koerner

The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 3, 22-33

Abstract: State-level CCS legislation, especially related to pore space designation, has blossomed over the last few years. However, the legislation that has passed does not yet provide an environment that would lead to the successful commercialization of CCS. Allowing the federal government to assume pore space ownership would not solve all the problems, but would certainly simplify some of them by reducing the amount of future litigation.

Date: 2011
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